Colorado Interstate Gas Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/01/2010, Docket: RP10-689-000, Status: Effective

Tenth Revised Sheet No. 252 Tenth Revised Sheet No. 252

Superseding: Ninth Revised Sheet No. 252





4.3 Off-System Capacity.


(a) Transporter may enter into transportation and/or storage

agreements with upstream and downstream entities, including

other interstate and intrastate pipelines and storage

providers ("off-system capacity"). In the event Transporter

acquires off-system capacity, Transporter will use such

capacity for operational reasons or to render service for its

Shippers on the acquired capacity, pursuant to Transporter's

Tariff and subject to Transporter's currently approved rates.

In the event the off-system capacity is subject to renewal

limitations, as specified in the third-party pipeline's

tariff and/or provided by FERC Regulations, Transporter will

indicate in its posting of firm unsubscribed capacity any

limitation to the extension rights that will apply as a

result of such limitations on the off-system capacity. For

purposes of transactions entered into subject to this

section, the "Shipper must hold title" requirement shall not

be applicable to the acquired capacity.


(b) Third Party Charges. If Transporter acquires off-system

capacity from a third party(s) pursuant to Section 4.3(a)

above and provides transportation and/or storage service for

the benefit of Shipper(s), Shipper(s) may, on a non-

discriminatory basis, be required to pay Transporter, in

addition to any applicable rates and charges assessed

pursuant to this Tariff, the rates and charges Transporter is

obligated to pay such third party(s) for the off-system

capacity. Such charges may include, but are not limited to,

daily reservation and commodity charges and applicable

surcharges, fuel and power charges or retention, compression

fees, balancing or storage fees, measurement fees, processing

fees and/or facility charges that are assessed by the third

party. Such charges shall be set forth as separate items on

the monthly invoices rendered to Shipper.


(c) Any off-system capacity acquired by Transporter from a third

party and contracted for at the request of a Shipper which is

not used by that Shipper or a Replacement Shipper shall be

offered to other Shippers on a secondary and interruptible

basis, pursuant to Transporter's FERC Gas Tariff and subject

to Transporter's currently effective rates, including any

applicable Third Party Charges, as such tariff and rates may

change from time to time. Transporter will indicate in its

posting of any off-system capacity available for service

whether any Third Party Charges will apply to the use of such

off-system capacity.